3-7 June 2019
America/New_York timezone

Explore the Area

June 1 Chalk of the Town
Lansing • (517) 485-4283

Roam the streets of Old Town and experience true art in the streets. Artists will take to the streets creating masterpieces on their assigned piece of sidewalk, using only chalk. The creations will be completed by 2 p.m. Visitors to this event will be allowed to vote for the People’s Choice winner all day and winners will be announced at 3 p.m.

June 1 Be A Tourist In Your Own Town
Community-Wide • (517) 487-6800

Visitors and residents alike can explore a world of possibilities in Greater Lansing from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Purchase a $1 “passport” for free admission to over 90 attractions. In celebration of the event’s 25th anniversary look for fun promotions, great giveaways and awesome one-of-a-kind opportunities! CATA Be A Tourist bus routes provide transportation to most attractions for just 50 cents.

June 2 & 9 East Lansing Famers Market
East Lansing • (517) 319-6823

The East Lansing Farmers Market, a growers-only market, is located in an inviting, open-air park atmosphere, just steps away from the MSU campus and downtown East Lansing. Customers can fill their shopping bags with a diverse selection of fresh, farm-grown Michigan produce and products, including vegetables, fruit, artisan bread, cheese, meat, coffee, maple syrup, honey, flowers and more.

June 6 Grand Ledge Music in the Park
Grand Ledge • (517)
Our free concert series runs from June 6, 2019 -August 29, 2019. See you every Thursday from 7-9 p,m. in Jaycee Park! Weather permitting. Bring your friends and a lawn chair or blanket. There will be food concessions available onsite

June 6, 8 & 9 Riverwalk Theatre Presents: Hairspray
Lansing • (517) 482-5700

In 1962 Baltimore, chubby teen Tracy Turnblad realizes her dream to dance on the Corny Collins TV dance program -then becomes an overnight celebrity and launches a campaign to integrate the show. A comedy with a conscience, Hairspray sings and dances its way through the injustices of American society with early 60’s style rock ’n’ roll and downtown rhythm and blues.

Things to do at MSU

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